This wealthy Western European country with dramatic history and amazing architecture offers a variety of attractions for tourists from around the world. If you’re on our website, look up these destinations for an unforgettable Germany experience.
Almost completely destroyed during the two World Wars, this Bavarian city was quickly rebuilt and now it draws visitors’ attention not only thanks to the yearly Oktoberfest and beer served in giant mugs. If you’re curious about the inglorious German past, make sure you pay a visit to the concentration camp in Dachau. For your leisure time choose the Olympiapark with an ice rink and a swimming pool or take a long walk in the beautiful English Garden.
Located on the banks of Elbe River, this charming city offers many culture attractions as well as places to rest and relax in the numerous gardens, parks and forests. Those, who enjoy admiring stunning and unusual architecture, shouldn’t miss the Green Vault, the Semper Opera House or the Kunsthofpassage.
Thanks to the many waterways and canals running through this city, Hamburg is known as the ‘Venice of the North’. It is a home to one of the biggest European harbours and it’s the second biggest city in Germany. If you choose it for your holiday destination, don’t miss the Miniatur Wunderland and the Merchants District famous for its red-brick architecture.
This place is the perfect spot for culture vultures and tourists that like to soak in the architecture and historical atmosphere that this 2,000-year-old city offers. You will find Gothic churches next to Roman towers and superb examples of modern buildings. Among numerous museums you will also find the Chocolate Museum, the most popular tourist spot in the city – for obvious reasons.
Being the most important commercial and economical center of Europe, Frankfurt has a lot to offer to visitors who refuse to stay in. Pedestrian areas, parks, zoo, countless pubs and bars along with over 50 museums make it impossible to get bored even for a second.tags: Cologne, Dresden, Frankfurt, germany, Hamburg, Munich